5/20/18 CORRECTION: The No Early Release Act does not apply as the offenses occurred prior to the law passing. Accordingly, the defendant’s sentence is a 24 year flat sentence with no parole ineligibilty. Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae announces the sentencing in the above-referenced matter. See press release below:
ATTENTION YOUTH AGES 14-17: Interested in a career in Law Enforcement? Fascinated by CSI? Do you want to make new friends from all over Cumberland County? If so, consider participating in Police Youth Week. It’s a free week long camp held from Aug. 20-25, 2018. Space is limited, so sign up right away. To sign read more »
4/16/18 UPDATE: The decedent has been positively identified as Jose Pietri, age 55, last known address N. Broadway, Pennsville, New Jersey. A firearm was recovered at the scene in the area of decedent. The investigation continues. Anyone with information, may contact Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office Detective Keith Kanauss at 856-453-0486 X13611. Anyone wishing to share read more »
Update: Child was located and returned safely. Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Detectives and the Millville Police Department are looking for a ten (10) year old child missing in the city of Millville. The child is described as a black male, 5’3, 210 pounds. Last seen wearing a white t-shirt and blue pants in the area of read more »
Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae announces a homicide occurring in the City of Millivlle on April 7, 2018. The victim was later identified as Abil K. Hasan. For more information, please see press release below:
Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae is proud to announce a program on Officer Involved Shooting Investigations to be held on Thursday, 5/24/18 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Union Baptist Temple located at 30 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way in Bridgeton, NJ 08302. This is the first installment in NJ Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal’s 21/21 Project read more »
Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae announces the promotion of Lorena Diaz to the position of Director of Victim-Witness Advocacy effective April 1, 2018. For more information, please see press release below:
The Vineland Police Department Detective Bureau and the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office Criminal Investigations Bureau are currently conducting a Missing Person investigation and are seeking information from the public on the possible whereabouts of 13 year old Jada Boyd. Boyd was last seen in the area of the Walnut Manor Apartments 794 E. Walnut Rd. read more »
Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae announces that the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office has received Accreditation from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police. For more information see press below. Chief of Detectives Richard Necelis; NJSACOP Accreditation Manager Harry J. Delgado; Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae
ATTENTION CUMBERLAND COUNTY RESIDENTS. TELL US HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT GANG AND GUN VIOLENCE!
A community conversation about Gang and Gun Violence will be held in the City of Vineland on Monday, June 25th.
Cumberland County (through the CCPO) was one of five communities throughout the nation to secure a $739,000 grant to combat gang and gun violence throughout our community. Our initiative is called CC THRIVE (Cumberland Collective to Help Reverse Inequality and Violence Everywhere) and we want to know how you feel about gang and gun violence in our community.
Come out to the Vineland Community Conversation. ...